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Walrus leaving ice, coming ashore

...summer sea ice, it's not surprising to see walrus on shore looking for a place to rest, Margaret Williams of the World Wildlife Fund in Anchorage said in a statement. The sharp decline of Arctic sea ice over the last decade is leading to major...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dan-joling/2015-08-27
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Pirate fishing bill sponsored by Alaska's senators headed to President's desk

...where many communities depend on fishing. She cited the example of illegal Russian crab harvests, which the World Wildlife Fund estimated to be as much as 69 percent more than the country's official reported harvest. "As they are illegally...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-10-29/house-senate-approve-pirate-fishing-
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What others say: Trans-Pacific Partnership has potential to bolster economy

...and subsidies for illegal fishing. "We see this as a very big deal," said David McCauley, an official of the World Wildlife Fund.In an interview Tuesday, Mr. Obama conceded that TPP alone would not raise labor standards in countries like...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-10-19/what-others-say-trans-pacific-par
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Bluff erosion, fish, energy, doctors on Murkowski?s radar

...There are not many doctors taking new Medicare patients,? she said. When asked about plans under way by the World Wildlife Fund in the Kamchatka region of Russia to begin marketing wild salmon, Murkowski said, ?I would always maintain that our...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/022007/news_0220new002.shtml
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Shell hopes to move forward with offshore drilling

...response barge was ready to be launched was just rather shocking," said Margaret Williams, managing director for World Wildlife Fund's Arctic program. Mother Nature and Shell's own errors conspired to slow things down this summer, she said...

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